KRABBESHOLM HØJSKOLE
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ART
> SCULPTURE
> THE POLITICAL
> SPOOKY PASTA
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ARCHITECTURE
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DESIGN
> OBJECT SURFACE DECORATION
> FIR AND FELT
> 28 LAMPS
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GRAPHIC DESIGN
> A SITE SPECIFIC BOOK PROJECT
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Sculpture

For this assignment the students had the artist Jacob Dahl Jürgensen as guest teacher.
They worked with sculpture as a wide concept with special focus on the relation to the body and on the object (sculpture) in it self. Sculpture can be seen as a piece of tree dimensional art that relates to space. Traditionally sculpture is a concept which lies between object (design?) and surroundings (architecture?). To experience a sculpture the viewer must almost always move around the object.
With sculpture as supposed to an architectural model, sculpture is about seeing and experiencing the object in it self and not as an abstraction for something else as an architectural model can be seen. This assignment was therefore about looking at what an object really looks like and understanding it in relation to a space.